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Holiday Gifts for Your Little Chef

One activity that has truly stood the test of time is playing in the kitchen!!

Yes, you can buy play kitchens but a pot and wooden spoon in the cupboard is almost as fun. 445 more words

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random crafts

My children have wild imaginations and are always wanting to make something, glue something, or cut something. So, to help curb their crafting appetites, I let them use the scraps from the Word Family things I was cutting (and some glue and tape) to make headbands. 327 more words

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Jacaranda time again

The Jacaranda’s are flowering early this year. Actually lot’s of things are happening early. Even Australian mango’s that we usually see until the beginning of December, are in the shops in October! 28 more words

Montessori Inspired

Top 10 Games for Preschoolers

Preschoolers are mini sponges! Soaking up learning and skills in every direction that they turn. The tricky this is keeping those minds busy and letting them explore and play. 551 more words

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Our New Workbench

We are very excited to have our new workbench in nursery! We have been using real tools on our workbench and making some great models. 604 more words

Children's Interests

Fine Motor (and Perceptual) Activities

The following activities can be used in conduction with the reinforcement of letters, sounds, shapes, etc.  It isn’t only fun, but strengthens the finer muscles in the hand and aspects such as eye hand coordination. 301 more words

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Top 10 Board Games for Toddlers

Kids love games!! Toddlers and games can be tricky. They like to run, jump, swing their arms around and they often lack focus. What on earth are you supposed to play? 439 more words

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